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The Gold Mine, 4316 a Virginia Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA 23452,
Main telephone and fax numbers
Telephone: (757) 498-GOLD
Toll Free: l-866-488-6310
Fax: (757) 282-7756
lf you would like to visit our store:
Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., and Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (or anytime
by appointment)! Closed Sunday.
Address and Directions:
The Gold Mine
4-316A Virginia Beach Blvd.
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
From the Peninsula: Take 64 East to the 44 interchange, Take 44 East toward Virginia Beach. Take the
second exit, 3B, to Independence Blvd. ("Pembroke Area"). Head north on Independence Blvd. until you
come to the Virginia Beach Blvd. intersection. Take a right on Virginia Beach Blvd. and go
approximately one mile past Pembroke Mall. The Gold Mine will be on your left. Continue one block
past the Gold Mine to the intersection at Thalia Road (there is an Exxon station on the left and Thalia
Methodist Church on the right). Make a U-turn at this intersection to get to the Gold Mine.
From Suffolk: Take 64 West to the 44 interchange. Follow the directions from the Peninsula above.
From Norfolk: Take 264 East until it becomes 44 East, going toward Virginia Beach. Follow the
directions from the Peninsula above.
From the Beach front: Take 44 West toward Norfolk. Get off on the first Rosemont Road Exit. Take a
right at the light onto Rosemont Road. Take an immediate left at the next intersection onto Virginia
Beach Blvd. Go down approximately one mile. The Gold Mine will be on your right, just past the Exxon Station and Gus and George's Steak House.